Bayern to face African champions Al Ahly or Qatar's Al Duhail in Club World Cup
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The semi-final will be played on Monday, February 8 at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, just outside the Qatari capital Doha.
On the other side of the draw, Mexican club Tigres UANL, the CONCACAF Champions League winners, will take on Asian champions Ulsan Hyundai of South Korea on February 4 for the right to take on the Copa Libertadores winners in the first semi-final on February 7.
Brazilian clubs Santos and Palmeiras will clash in the delayed South American showpiece at Rio de Janeiro's Maracana on January 30.
That run started with Bayern lifting the trophy in Morocco in 2013. Hansi Flick's Bayern are now looking to add the FIFA title to the five trophies they won in 2020, namely the Bundesliga, German Cup, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and German Super Cup.
The 2020 edition was initially scheduled for December last year but was delayed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and because the Copa Libertadores has not yet been completed.
However, would-be Oceania representatives Auckland City withdrew because of the pandemic and related quarantine measures required by the New Zealand authorities.
That allowed Al Duhail to earn a bye through the first round.
The final will be played at Education City on Thursday, February 11.
Thursday, February 4
Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (1400 GMT)
Tigres (MEX) v Ulsan Hyundai (KOR)
Education City (1730 GMT)
Sunday, February 7
Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (1500 GMT)
Education City (1800 GMT)
Santos (BRA) or Palmeiras (BRA) v Tigres (MEX) or Ulsan Hyundai (KOR)
Monday, February 8
Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (1800 GMT)
Thursday, February 11
Third-place play-off (1500 GMT)
Final (1800 GMT)